A group of Ahmadiyya Muslim Women from Wolverhampton will be holding an interfaith and community cohesion peace event on Saturday 28th April 2018 from 1:30pm to 4pm to promote integration, promote peace, counter extremist rhetoric, Hatred, Radicalization and to celebrate 100 year since women were given rights to vote.
The event will feature displays promoting Women’s rights and other displays from different faiths and more at Bait-ul-Atta Mosqueon Saturday 28th April 2018.
Mrs Raheela Muzaffar and Mrs Ghazala Naheed are the key organizers. They said:
“As Ahmadiyya Muslim women, we believe it is our duty to serve our country Britain working with all agencies and parties to counter Hatred and extremism. It is every mother’s duty white, black or Blue to look after our kids to prevent them being brought up with hatred radicalization which can lead them to drugs and/or extremism, particularly when we keep hearing of happenings like murder in our own streets, scarfs being removed from women, etc. As a community we need to come together to tackle crime and hatred.
Islam Ahmadiyya teaches us men and women to be loyal and peaceful citizens to our country no matter where we live. Freedom, equality and respect for all and hared for none.
As we are going to celebrate 100 years since Women were given rights to vote, the question remain are women and girls free?
We would like to take this opportunity to invite all especially residents of Wolverhampton to come and join us in this FREE event on SATURDAY 28th April 2018 from 1:30pm to 4pm.
The event is part of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women Association’s continuing efforts to unite communities in wake of Brexit and Wind Rush to build community cohesion. The event will start with the presentations about Ahmadiyya Muslim Women Wolverhampton’s contributions to the local community followed up by other faiths and more to share their experiences in bringing communities under one banner of PEACE.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association is a part the auxiliary organisation of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community who believe in the Messiah. We are currently running nationwide campaign: “MESSIAH HAS COME” around the country.
Complimentary dinner will be served at event to all attendees – no donations required. The event is not about political parties or faiths – its about communities coming together let us forget our differences and work for one common goal: PEACE.
THIS IS A WOMEN ONLY EVENT
All are welcome to attend.
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